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UKIP policies in brief for 2015

The always controversial UK Independence Party have come up with some amazing policies for 2015. We’ll take you through the best of them.

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Immigration is always a subject their politicians make a lot of noise about and nothing’s changed for 2015. One of their policies is that a condition of entry into Britain will be to have health insurance in place that is recognised by the NHS. Immigrants will also need to show their passports and medical insurance forms when they need treatment.

UKIP Economic Policies

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Migrants new to the UK won’t be eligible for benefits if UKIP get into power. They’ll need to pay NI and taxes for at least five years to become eligible for benefits.

UKIP Economic Policies

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Migrants new to the UK won’t be eligible for benefits if UKIP get into power. They’ll need to pay NI and taxes for at least five years to become eligible for benefits.

UKIP Economic Policies

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UKIP have also promised to set up a Veterans Department if they get into power. The party are a little sketchy on what this department will actually be doing but they promise to enlighten up during their conferences.

UKIP Economic Policies

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One of their policies is that they’re against the bedroom tax. They haven’t filled us in on any reasons why or given an alternative.

UKIP Economic Policies

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Taxes on wages will also be affected if UKIP get into power. They promise to take the country’s lowest earners out of the tax system completely to put more money into their pockets. Their manifesto calls for “flatter, simpler and lower taxes.”

UKIP Economic Policies

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Taxes on wages will also be affected if UKIP get into power. They promise to take the country’s lowest earners out of the tax system completely to put more money into their pockets. Their manifesto calls for “flatter, simpler and lower taxes.”

UKIP Economic Policies

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Unlike the other polices this next one is about wider issues that those experienced by most everyday Brits. UKIP are currently looking into and discussing whether foreign governments should be allowed to invest in national assets and particularly national assets like energy. UKIP call this “an ongoing debate” but it’s something that will be at the core of their policy come polling time.

UKIP Economic Policies

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If you’re interested in finding out more, why not head to the party’s site - ukip.org.

UKIP Economic Policies

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If you’re interested in finding out more, why not head to the party’s site - ukip.org.

UKIP Economic Policies

Photos: Wikimedia commons

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